Abigail Harm

Directed by Lee Isaac Chung
Film Movement
2012
80 Minutes
USA, Hong Kong
English
Drama
Not Rated

Abigail Harm (Amanda Plummer) is a woman living in a fictionalized New York City, who, after being granted a wish by a strange visitor, asks for love and learns of a creature who might provide it. Inspired by the Korean folktale "The Woodcutter and the Nymph."

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  • "Lee Isaac Chung's film exudes a wonderful sense of originality, a daring and organic playfulness rarely found in American indie cinema."
    Diego Semerene, Slant Magazine
  • "Plummer's highly emotive performance ... exudes more emotion in a wistful sideways glance than most actresses do over their entire careers."
    Violet Lucca, Village Voice
  • "Showcasing an exemplary lead performance from the consistently underrated Amanda Plummer, there's an intriguing offbeat rhythm to Chung's film."
    Nicholas Bell, Ion Cinema
  • "Abigail Harm is more than just a film, it's an art piece and an experience."
    Morgan Rojas, Cinemacy
  • "Abigail Harm is a modern fairy tale with affecting performances by many character actors (including, Plummer, Patton and Burt Young of the Godfather films). It's a charmer."
    Dustin Chang, Screen Anarchy